Using Jquery, How Can I Determine Which Radio Button Has Been Selected In JavaScript?

To find out which radio button is selected using jQuery, you can use the :checked selector along with the val() function.

Here’s an example:

HTML:

<input>Male
<input>Female
<input>Other

<button>Check Selected Radio Button</button>

JavaScript (jQuery):

$(document).ready(function(){
  $('#checkButton').click(function(){
    var selectedValue = $('input[name="gender"]:checked').val();
    console.log(selectedValue);
  });
});

In this example, when the button with the id checkButton is clicked, it retrieves the value of the selected radio button and logs it to the console.

Note that the radio buttons should have the same name attribute to group them as options.

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